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Forage legumes and grassland

Grass

UNLOCK

Soil bound nutrients

&

STIMULATE

Root growth

Providing natural crop stimulation for healthy growth, better yield and increased quality

Rise™ P is a microbial preparation containing a very high concentration of Bacillus amyloliquefaciens strain IT45 isolated through Lallemand Research.

The bacteria Bacillus IT45 contained in Rise™ P multiply and quickly colonise the rhizosphere (zone near to the roots) by feeding on the root exudates. 
In return, this microbial population will provide several beneficial outcomes to the plants: solubilising Phosphorus and stimulating growth of efficient roots and root hairs.

Bacillus amyloliquefaciens strain IT45

The bacteria Bacillus IT45 provides several significant benefits to crop plants:

  • Stimulating the star-up of young plants.
  • Improving soil exploration by roots, allowing better nutrient and water uptake.
  • Enhancing the productivity of plants, allowing better growth, yield and quality.

Composition: 2×1010 CFU/g of Bacillus amyloliquefaciens strain IT45.
(CFU: Colony Forming Unit. Unit of measure for living microorganisms able to multiply)
Formulation: wettable powder.
• Storage: can be stored for 36 months in a dry place at room temperature in its hermetically sealed original packaging.
• Organic Agriculture: usable in organic production subject to certification body approval.

• Packaging:   

1 kg bag

  • Dose rate and frequency: ask your distributor or see general brochure

  • Compatibility: ask your distributor before mixing with plant protection products.
  • Recommendations: apply the product in humid conditions. Optimal temperature between 10°C and 30°C.